Tuen Mun Photo Gallery

Tuen Mun new town was built on reclaimed land from Castle Peak Bay and was originally planned to house about 649,000 residents. Siu Hong Court is in the northern part of the new town and consists of 20 public housing blocks from the early 1980s.

Tai Hing Estate's 7 blocks date from the late 1970s and is home to almost 20,000 people.

Although initially designed to be housing for the suburban poor, there is some middle class private housing to mix the demographics a bit.

East of the drainage ditch, highrises go for only a few short blocks before hills rise again. This is near Tuen Mun Station.

Luxury residences are being built in this supposedly lower income distant suburb. V City is one of many residential developments on top of train stations.

Many residents were enjoying the day in Tuen Mun Park. Strangely, there were a lot of middle-aged solo singers blasting their voices on amplifiers.

Promenades line both sides of the drainage ditch that cyclists and joggers can enjoy.

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